UM:Dvo Effects Dvo Cross Colour
Cross Colour (also known as Chroma Crawling) is a defect that results from crosstalk between the chrominance and luminance components of a composite video signal (PAL or NTSC). Once a video signal has been in the composite domain, this defect is not easily removed.
When enabled, DVO Cross Colour will process the input as per the settings described below.
Allows the tuning of the degree of removal.
When the Temporal setting is decreased, The Spatial control may be increased instead to remove cross-colour at the expense of slight spatial chroma bleeding.
Increase for maximum cross-colour removal. Reduce if temporal chroma bleeding becomes too intrusive.